Monthly Archives: October 2013

Comment: Investing in Croatia post EU accession

by CBR Editor Brian Gallagher Last week saw the first UK-Croatia Trade & Investment Forum in London. The day consisted of various panels with a wide variety of speakers. A number of Croatian companies were in attendance as well as … Continue reading

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Update on the Croatian Film Festival: London 31 October – 2 November

Further to our previous post on this event, the British-Croatian Society have sent us more information. Their brochure on the event can be seen here (pdf): Croatian Film Festival 2013

Posted in Culture, Events

Interview with Croatian sculptor and gilder Maja Vrzina

CBR editor Brian Gallagher has conducted an interview with Croatian sculptor and gilder Maja Vrzina for the Croats in London webpage at the Croatian Language School website. It can be seen here.

Posted in Culture

Croatian Film Festival: London 31 October – 2 November

The British Croatian Society has organised a film festival in London next week:  31 October – 2 November. We encourage you to attend! Full details here.

Posted in Events

“Croatia, the War, and the Future” Turns 2 Today – Thank You World!

Originally posted on Croatia, the War, and the Future:
Today is a special day for “Croatia, the War, and the Future” blog- it turns two and celebrates another year of life. Exactly two years ago today, I started this blog…

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Happy Croatian Independence Day

Originally posted on Eyes of the Mind:
On this day, October 8, twenty-two years ago, Croatia severed its last remaining ties with Yugoslavia.  This was not the act of a separatist ethnic group desirous of autonomy embroiled in a civil…

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The Competence of Judge Güney and the Boomerang Effect

Originally posted on Croatia, the War, and the Future:
Judge Mehmet GüneyPhoto: World Bulletin Reblogged from http://www.miseticlaw.blogspot.com.au By Luka Mistetic Declarations of war often have a boomerang effect, causing more damage to the attacker than the attacker had ever anticipated. …

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